SANA'A, Feb. 28 (Saba)- Prime Minister Ali Mujawar returned on Sunday to Sana'a following a state visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during which he headed the Yemeni side in the 19th round meetings of the Yemeni, Saudi Coordination Council, held in Riyadh on Saturday.
In a statement to Saba, Mujawar made clear that he met with the Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and talked with him over a number of related issues to the bilateral relations and the active role of the Yemeni, Saudi Coordination Council in serving and reinforcing the joint work in the various political, economic, cultural and development fields.
He described results of the round as "successful" reinforcing the Council process in developing the mutual relations, noting that nine cooperation agreements were signed during the round covering areas of health, social affairs and labor, electricity, energy, higher education, water and sanitation and tourism.
The Prime Minister pointed out the total amount of the singed agreements estimated at over SR430 million, praising concern of Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz to improve situations of the Yemeni labor in the Kingdom in according with the special relations of the two neighbor peoples.
He renewed appreciation of Yemen for the role of the Kingdom in supporting Yemen development process and its supportive stances toward Yemen, expressing his confidence that the future will be more prosperous for the two countries relations.